No key money! (Normally 1 to 2 months’ rent.)
No guarantor company fee! (Normally 1 month’s rent or less.)
No personal guarantor required!
Wi-Fi modem provided for free Internet access!
Utilities are included with the rent (water, electricity, gas)!
No rental fee for the furniture and appliances.
Rent is paid by credit card each month.
Easily move into your new home by paying the initial rent and a partially refundable security deposit!
Initial move-in cost includes a fee of 12,100 yen for a toiletry set and rental linen set. These two sets are not available as an option.
*There is no elevator in this building.
1. This apartment is located within a 10-minute walk of Okurayama Station on the Tokyu-Toyoko Line.
2. From the Tokyu-Toyoko Line, you have easy access to Tokyo Skytree, the Imperial Palace, Shibuya, Yokohama, Minato Mirai, Chinatown, Motomachi and much more in Tokyo, Kawasaki, and Yokohama.
3. Okurayama Station features two grocery stores, eight medical clinics, and many small restaurants, bars, and cafes.
4. The immediate area of the apartment offers easy access to two convenience stores, one hospital, one dental clinic, and several restaurants.
5. This apartment is especially popular among students commuting to Hiyoshi Station to study at Keio University. Tourists also select this apartment for us as a “base camp” while they enjoy sightseeing in all of the major attractions available in Tokyo and Yokohama.
1. Photos with interior decorations are for illustrative purposes only.
2. Tenants are required to visit our office to sign the lease contract and to obtain the keys prior to moving into the apartment.
3. Bedding set and linen are not included, but available for an additional 9,900 yen.
4. Viewing a fixed-term rental property prior to signing a lease agreement is only available if the following two conditions are met:
a. Tenant will be signing a lease for 90 days or longer.
b. The apartment is not currently occupied and has not been booked already by another client.
*Viewings cannot be conducted until the apartment has become vacant. Waiting to view an apartment prior to signing a lease runs the risk of someone else booking the apartment before you do since the majority of bookings are made weeks or months in advance without a viewing.